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– Emerging Medium Sized Firms]. Budapest : Deloitte . Dominguez , N. – Mayrhofer , U. ( 2017 ): Internationalization Stages of Traditional SMEs: Increasing, Decreasing and Re

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European SMEs. Zoetermeer (The Netherlands): European Commision, Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry. Final Report. http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sme/market-access/files/interna tionali sa - tion_of_european sm e s final

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Markets and Financial Structure: Review of Issues and an Empirical Investigation . Small Business Economics , 8 ( 1 ): 59 – 67 . De Maeseneire , W. – Claeys , T. ( 2012 ): SMEs

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/state_of_the_innovation_union_report_2015. pdf, accessed 12/03/2017. European Commission ( 2018 ): SME Internationalisation beyond the EU. https://ec.europa.eu/ growth/smes

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overcome initial obstacles that often deter businesses, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Even though SMEs make up over 90% of business and comprise more than 50% of workforce worldwide ( World Bank, 2020 ), they are in a difficult position

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. Comparative Economic Studies , XLI ( 2–3 ), 61 – 110 . Major , I. ( 2002 ): Miért (nem) sikeresek a magyar középvállalatok ? (Why are Hungarian SMEs (not) Successful

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Society and Economy
Authors:
Raul Manuel Da Silva Laureano
,
Maria João Cardoso Vieira Machado
, and
Luís Miguel Da Silva Laureano

Reporting Standard (IFRS) will Support Management Accounting System for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME)? Annales Universitatis Apulensis Series Oeconomica 11 ( 1 ): 308 – 317 . Butler

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global Gross Domestic Product. The European Agency (EU – OSHA), on the other hand, acknowledges EU member states have nearly 19 million Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) employing 75 million people and contribute to approximately 82% of all

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takes account of the increased computerisation of the manufacturing industries where physical objects are seamlessly integrated into the information network. The role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is

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experiences at work” (p. 152). The aim of this paper is to discuss the factors that support employee learning and innovation in Singapore SMEs. It is organised as follows. First, it examines employee-driven innovation and workplace learning in SMEs. It then

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